About your Search

20121021
20121029
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4
. that theoretically nobody is stock in a certain role. the woman feels like she can be making more money. obama has a seesaw marriage like michelle obama is an executive and she is in law school and now she's the first lady and he's the president. theoretically people can flip. the clintons, it isn't uncommon these days to have a marriage where the couple's kind of take turns and i think that takes the pressure off of the marriage one would have read about in 1962 where the woman felt unfulfilled and the man felt like there was a noose around his neck and so much pressure on him to be that model of marriage has loosened up a little bit and has created a truly happy stable marriages. >> host: but i wonder about kids come so, they are clearly more kids in day care, small children in daycare now than there were 40 years ago. talk about how that can be a good thing for kids. >> guest: lots of -- like the scandinavian countries have children go to day care when they want and mothers stay home. i don't think that is necessarily a bad thing. mothers do -- it is pretty politically neutral. they only measur
. theoretically nobody's stuck in a certain role. the woman feels she's making more money -- the obamas have a seesaw marriage as do the bidens. myrrh shell is an executive, president obama in law school, and she's the first lady, he's the president. theoretically, the clintons to some extent, it's not uncommon to have a marriage where couples take turns, and i think that takes the pressure off of marriage, like the marriages one read about in 1962 where the woman was unfulfilled and there was a noose around his neck because of the pressure to be the breadwinner. that model loosened up and created stable marriages for the college educated. >> host: i wonder about kids. there's clearly more kids in day care, small children in day care than 40 years ago. how is that a good thing for kids? >> guest: i don't know. a lot of countries -- displs who does it? >> >> guest: scandinavian countries have day cares when they are one, mothers stay home. that's not ad bad thing. mothers do -- surveys are pretty politically neutral. they only measure, like, you know, they measure americans, how much, you kno
theoretically nobody is stuck in a certain role. so the women feel like she can be making more money. the obama's have a seesaw marriage, as to the biden's. michele obama is working as an executive and barack is in law school. now she's the first lady and he's the president. theoretically people conflict. the clintons, i suppose to some extent. it's not uncommon to have a marriage for couples kind of take turns. i think that takes the pressure off of a marriage, like the marriage that one read about in 1962 with a woman fell and fell and the man felt like there was a news around his neck because there is so much pressure on him. that model of marriage has loosened up a little bit and created fairly happy comestible marriages for the college-educated. >> guest: >> host: i wonder about kids. clearly more kids in day care, small children in day care now there were 40 years ago. how can that be a good thing? >> guest: lots of countries. scandinavian countries, children go to day care when their one and mother stay home. of that is necessarily a bad thing. surveys are pretty politically neutral. the
nobody stuck in a certain role so the woman feels like she can be making more money. the obama's have the marriage and the bite and. barack was in law school and now she's the first lady and he is the president. theoretically people can flip-flop. the clintons to some respect have that kind of marriage. i think that takes the pressure off of the marriage say the marriage that one read about in 1952 where woman felt unfulfilled and that man felt there was a news around his neck. that model of marriage has moved up a little bit and created fairly happy stable marriages. >> host: i wonder about kids. there are clearly more kids in daycare, small children in daycare now than were 40 years ago. is that a good thing for kids? >> guest: scandinavian countries, children go to daycare when they are one and mother stayed home. i don't think that's necessarily a bad thing. the surveys are pretty politically neutral. they only measure americans, how much time you spend on leisure activity and how much time you spend with your kids. parents spend more time at their children now than they did in th
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)